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pacarter11
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Hi,

I have a graduated blue background slider on my homepage... At the moment it has a style.element attached to the .slotholder saying {top: -26.5px;}

I need to change this to {top:0px;} so it shows a shadow at the top of the slider. But I cant seem to give it the right commands to make it do it.... What am I doing wrong?

the site is www.asdps.co.uk, any help would be appreciated.

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Hi pacarter11, Looks like you

Hi pacarter11,
Looks like you got that working.

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May I say what a VERY nice

May I say what a VERY nice site you have built there. Funny how a few years back, nobody would have thought that a "flash free" website would look so creative, as you site certainly does.

Nice Job.

All the best,
Cal Smile

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.. also, I sincerely hope you

.. also, I sincerely hope you don't think I am being "picky" ... but noticed this wee typo in one line of your code:

<li class="menu-item menu-item-type-custom menu-item-object-custom menu-item-12990 has-children"><a href="#" onclick="return false;" style="cursor: default;"">We work with</a><ul class="sub-nav">

(double quotes before "We work with")

All the best,
Cal Smile